Join this exciting helicopter tour in Maui for triple the fun—an aerial adventure over three Hawaiian Islands on a luxury helicopter! Fly over Maui’s pristine beaches, Elephant Rock, and Molokai’s towering sea cliffs, ancient fish ponds and the longest fringing reef. Soar across Lanai to spot historic Shipwreck Beach, and return along the West Maui mountains.
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This tour departs from Maverick Helicopters Maui located at the Kahului Heliport—Lelepio Pl, Kahului, HI 96732. The Kahului Heliport is near, but not at the Kahului Airport.
Yes, the parking area at the heliport is privately owned by ABM Parking Services. There is a "Self Service Pay Booth" at the entrance that accepts Visa and MasterCard. It also accepts cash, but does not provide any change.
Yes, the Hawaiian Odessey helicopter tour is fun for all ages! But minor passengers must be accompanied by adults. Children 2 years old and above are required to have their own seat, while children under 2 can only be considered a lap child with proof of age—passport or birth certificate.
The maximum weight limit per passenger is 300lbs, and 1,240lbs for the total weight of passengers on the helicopter. Please note that guests over the weight limit will need to purchase two seats, and inaccurately stated body weights may result in cancelation without a refund.
Yes, pregnant guests fly with Maverick Helicopters often. However, it is always recommended to check with your doctor before booking.
Comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes are recommended.
All guests over the age of 18 must bring a valid photo ID for check-in. Cameras are also highly recommended, as well as sunglasses and sunscreen based on the flight type and time of the year.
You can bring bottled water on the flight. All other beverages will not be allowed on board the helicopter.
Yes, but use it only for taking photos and videos—calls, messaging, and data use are prohibited on the helicopter. Set your mobile phone on airplane mode or turn it off before boarding. Please note that flash photography is not allowed.
Yes, you can take pictures of the helicopter after landing, but not on the heliport ramp.